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Call for abstracts: Archiving and Visualization of Intangible Heritage


Special Session 1: 
Archiving and Visualization of Intangible Heritage

Call for participation 
A special session will be held as part of NODEM 2012 Hong Kong, organised by DIHA (Digital Intangible Heritage in Asia). 

The aim of this special session is to provide a platform for culture heritage researchers, museum curators, educators, digital media specialists, linguists, designers and others in these related industries to present the challenges in their respective fields with a view to promote opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. We believe that collaboration at this level will spark major breakthroughs in highlighting awareness of intangible heritage in Asia. 

Project abstracts are invited on all aspects from the following sub-fields including, but not limited to: 
  1. cultural research and inquiries in intangible heritage
  2. enviromental and ecological issues and intangible heritage
  3. the role of language and cultural knowledge repositories in the conservation of intangible heritage 
  4. curating intangible heritage in museums 
  5. interface and design of digital media for the exhibition of intangible heritage 
  6. meaning-making and the interpretation of intangible heritage exhibitions 
  7. visual media and memory and intangible heritage 
  8. innovative ways of accessing intangible heritage resources 
Submissions are welcome from researchers, developers, curators and exhibition designers. 

Please submit your abstract (300 words) to diha@ntu.edu.sg by 1 September 2012. Participants will be notified about the status of their submission by 15 September 2012. 

The participants of this special session also will be able to attend the entire program of NODEM 2012 Hong Kong

About DIHA 
DIHA is an interdisciplinary research cluster involving several researchers across Schools and Colleges in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU) as well as external partners. DIHA captures the vibrant cultural and linguistic fusion of the Asia Pacific region through interdisciplinary lenses.

DIHA Co-founders
  • Assoc Prof. Ng Bee Chin | School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies. Email: mbcng@ntu.edu.sg 
  • Visiting Assoc. Prof. Halina Gottlieb | School of Humanities and Social Sciences / The Interactive Institute, Sweden. Email: halina.gottlieb@tii.se   
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